Young cancer survivor kicks off Chai Lifeline toy drive
“Each toy will put a smile on a child’s face, encouraging their imagination and coping skills, decreasing their stress and helping them hope beyond their current circumstances,” Chai Lifeline said in a news release.In January 2019, Ethan was diagnosed with a brain tumour that had spread to his spine. He underwent 13 months of treatment and was supported by Chai Lifeline. He’s now paying it forward. “Every day when Ethan was sick in the hospital, Chai Lifeline Canada brought him a toy which would light up his day and make the treatment easier. Now it’s our time to give back,” Ethan’s mother Cindi said in the news release. This story originally appeared on Toronto.com.